March 31th 2016: Intro to Python

Instructors: Steve Androulakis, Dr Andrew Perry, Jason Rigby

Helpers: Adele Barugahare, Wishva Hearth

Workshop held on: Mar 31, 2016

Resources

These are the resources that were used on the day.

Connect to Jupyter Notebook

Click here to launch Jupyter Notebook in the web.


Photos


We're assembling a Bioinformatics Learning page as a resource for the community

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November 2015: RNAseq Using R

Instructors: Roxane Legaie, Dr Stuart Archer, Dr Haroon Naeem, Dr Paul Harrison, Steve Androulakis

Helpers: Andrew Pattison, Adele Barugahare, Dr David Powell, Jason Rigby, Dr Grischa Meyer

Workshop held on: Nov 30 & Dec 3, 2015

Resources

Workshop Info

Course Notes


Photos


Setup Guide

Everything you need to participate in our workshop is below. All the tools and data has been set up on a server already. You just need to connect to it. Please see an instructor for your login information.

Connect to RStudio

Click here to launch RStudio Notebook in the web. Your username and password will be supplied to you on the day.


Previous Workshops (including links to lessons)

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October 2015: Intro to Python

Workshop held on: Oct 29, 2015

Lessons:

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Connect to Jupyter Notebook

Click here to launch Jupyter Notebook in the web. Your username and password will be supplied to you on the day.


Future Learning

Here are some resources we find particularly useful and recommend for you:

  • CodeAcademy - Web-based interactive coding lessons

  • StackOverflow - What’s that error mean?! How do I do 'xyz' with my code? This site has all the answers.

  • Biostars - Run by the same folk as Stackoverflow but for bio(informatics) questions. An emerging fantastic resource.

  • Atlassian Git Tutorials - Git is a tough concept to understand. This is an amazing set of explanations with diagrams, from basic to advanced.

We're assembling a Bioinformatics Learning page as a resource for the community

Posted on January 18, 2017 .

September 2015: RNAseq using R

Instructors: Dr Stuart Archer, Roxane Legaie, Dr Paul Harrison, Steve Androulakis, Dr Haroon Naeem

Workshop held on: Sep 28, 2015 & Oct 1, 2015

Lessons:

Other Material:

Photos


Connect to R-Studio

Click here to launch R-Studio in the web. Your username and password will be supplied to you on the day.


Future Learning

Here are some resources we find particularly useful and recommend for you:

  • CodeAcademy - Web-based interactive coding lessons

  • StackOverflow - What’s that error mean?! How do I do 'xyz' with my code? This site has all the answers.

  • Biostars - Run by the same folk as Stackoverflow but for bio(informatics) questions. An emerging fantastic resource.

  • Atlassian Git Tutorials - Git is a tough concept to understand. This is an amazing set of explanations with diagrams, from basic to advanced.

Posted on January 18, 2017 .

June 2015: Software Carpentry for Bioinformatics

Workshop held on: June 2 & June 3, 2015

Lessons:

The lessons we developed/used are:

Workshop Resources:


Future Learning

Here are some resources we find particularly useful and recommend for you:

  • CodeAcademy - Web-based interactive coding lessons

  • StackOverflow - What’s that error mean?! How do I do 'xyz' with my code? This site has all the answers.

  • Biostars - Run by the same folk as Stackoverflow but for bio(informatics) questions. An emerging fantastic resource.

  • Atlassian Git Tutorials - Git is a tough concept to understand. This is an amazing set of explanations with diagrams, from basic to advanced.

Posted on January 18, 2017 .